Jake Hart, “That Touch”

Sandra Song

Up-and-coming London producer/schmoozemaster Jake Hart may have just pioneered “magnetic minimalism” with the release of the video for his bewitching single “That Touch”.

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Seductive in its simplicity, Hart croons and swoons through five minutes of surreal, pseudo-modern dance along the Vegas strip. A breathtaking track that oozes and slides slowly into focus, it’s incredibly provocative and siren-like in its spaciousness and vulnerable candor.

For example, lines like “Saw your face from across the room, and I could hardly break my gaze,” are spine-tingling, even if incredibly basic in their sentiment. Rolling off his tongue and wrapping itself around the shimmering warmth of his restrained synth pads and twinkling accents, it’s a yearning, intensely romantic ballad that practically drowns in its own lust. Because in the end, it’s Hart’s light-touch production that creates a tense hypnotism that’ll keep you enthralled in the enigma. Despite your best intentions.

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